If you live in a smaller home, stairparts play an important role in creating a light and airy ambience, helping you to make the most of your available space.
While a staircase is a major feature in any house, its potential for design impact is often overlooked. With so many clever ideas and stylish solutions now available, it’s worth considering your stairs during a renovation or hallway redecoration.
Stairparts can help to give a house a sense of character and proportion. This is especially important when it comes to smaller homes. A dark and enclosed staircase can make the space seem confined. However, carefully chosen stairparts that complement the rest of the house can make a big difference, making the room feel bigger and brighter.
The Immix range from Richard Burbidge is an ideal choice for more compact homes, with its striking glass infill panels helping to reflect light, creating a stunning centre piece in your home and making the room feel more spacious and airy. Available in oak, it is supplied with gun-metal connectors or fittings, and is also available with a choice of solid wood spindles.
As well as creating flattering illusions, stair spindles can also transcend the practical to become the main feature of your hallway. For instance, the Elements range from Richard Burbidge mixes contemporary oak banisters with iron balustrades, creating a real focal point. If you have wooden stairs, you could also consider adding some colour and interest by investing in a carpeted stair runner.
Stairpart systems from Richard Burbidge start from around £300 for an average staircase of 13 treads, and in many cases can be competed as a DIY project in under a weekend.
To find out how you can create the hall of your dreams, visit www.richardburbidge.co.uk here you’ll find an array of the latest interior design trends.